Things are about to get a whole lot spookier around here! We’re gearing up for October–the creepiest month of the year–with spooky reads in honor of Ghost Hunting Day!
Tags: As I Descended, Audrey Niffenegger, beloved, Edgar Cantero, Her Fearful Symmetry, Meddling Kids, Neil Gaiman, Robyn Talley, Shirley Jackson, The Graveyard Book, The Haunting of Hill House, Toni Morrison
At BookClubbish, there is little we love more than a good book. And while there are so many amazing books out there that we still need to read, we wouldn’t object to there being even more. So for all the people out there with a story inside of them, here are twelve pieces of writing… Read More »
February is Black History Month in North America, and while there are many amazing books centering on the history aspect of Black History Month, here are eight books about being black in the twenty-first century and what that means in 2017. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas All the hype about this book… Read More »
Tags: Americanah, Angie Thomas, Barack Obama, Between the World and Me, Black History Month, Books, Born a Crime, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance, God Help the Child, Lit, Push, reading, Sapphire, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Tamara Winfrey Harris, The Hate U Give, The Sisters Are Alright, Toni Morrison, Trevor Noah
Did you know that April marks the anniversary of the first publishing of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic Jazz Age novel, The Great Gatsby? 91 years ago, this iconic tale of flappers and fabulous parties hit the stands for the first time. Did you also know that it went through several alternate titles including Among Ash-Heaps… Read More »
Tags: Aidan Donnelley Rowley, Alex Brunkhorst, Amor Towles, Ernest Hemingway, f. scott fitzgerald, flappers, Jazz, Jazz Age, Lost Generation, Mrs. Dalloway, Roaring Twenties, Rules of Civility, Staff Picks, The Gilded Life of Matilda Duplaine, The Great Gatsby, The Ramblers, The Sun Also Rises, Toni Morrison, Virginia Woolf